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My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble Debut Trailer, Gameplay, and Details

My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble Debut Trailer

Bandai Namco has shared the My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble debut trailer, gameplay, and first details for the newly revealed free-to-play battle royale game.

The game’s closed beta is set for PlayStation 4, from February 2nd to the 6th in Japan, with registration available on the game’s official site. Registration is available until January 28th.

Players can expect the closed beta test to include the following 12 characters: Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, Ochaco Uraraka, Shoto Todoroki, Tsuyu Asui, All Might, Cementoss, Mt. Lady, Tomura Shigaraki, Dabi, Himiko Toga, and Mr. Compress.

Here’s the My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble debut trailer:

Here’s a block of straight gameplay:

Here’s a rundown on the game:

We’re here! Team up to win the big battle of 24 players! Our Hero Academia!

Teams of three, for a total of eight. Survive to the end of the battle royale and you’ll win.

Use your quirk! Use your quirk to fight!

The strengths of each character are completely different depending on their “quirk.” Use your strengths to your advantage and compensate for your weaknesses to survive the fierce battle.

By collecting the skill cards scattered throughout the stage, you can enhance your “unique” skills by an order of magnitude. It’s up to you to decide which “unique” moves you want to develop.

The key to victory is to collect each other’s skill cards and the key to victory is to collect each other’s skill cards and aim to strengthen the entire team.

Be a hero. Be the enemy! 

On the stage, there are citizens who have failed to escape. The whole team will benefit by behaving in their own way.

This title is based on the “My Hero Academia” manga and anime series. In this game, you control familiar characters such as Izuhisa Midoriya, Katsumi Bakugo, and Megumi Shikaragi, and form teams of three to compete in a battle royale where a total of eight teams compete to win. Each character fights by making full use of his or her own special ability, or “quirk,” which can be upgraded by using “quirk skill cards” scattered throughout the field.

In addition, by behaving in a “typical” manner, such as rescuing heroes and threatening enemies, players will be able to obtain powerful items that will determine whether they win or lose the battle.

Features

  • What is “My Hero Academia: ULTRA RUMBLE”? – My Hero Academia ULTRA RUMBLE is the first free to play online multiplayer game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and STEAM! Link up the “quirks” of the attractive heroes and enemies, and win the 24-player battles as a team!
  • Survive the 24-player melee! – The rules of the game are battle royale style, with a total of 8 teams of 3 players. The goal is to survive until you are the last team standing on a vast stage, where the area available for battle is limited by the passage of time. Cooperate with your team members and aim for victory.
  • Take advantage of each character’s “Quirk”! – Players control Hiroaka characters from a third-person perspective, targeting and attacking enemies. Take advantage of each character’s unique characteristics and work together to survive the fierce battle. Each character’s “quirk” can be leveled up by using “quirk” technique cards scattered around the field, and the leveled-up quirk technique will be enhanced in appearance and effect by an order of magnitude.
  • Be a hero, be a villain! – Contributing to your team is not only about defeating the other team. The civilians on the stage who fail to escape are also an important factor in the outcome of the battle. Heroes can rescue, enemies can threaten, and by behaving in their own way, you can “contribute” to your team by obtaining powerful items that will determine the outcome of the battle.

My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble is in development for Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4

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